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The Chairman Diamond & Black edition
Created by Ulysse Nardin, the Chairman Diamond & Black Edition mobile is hand set with 3,000 round-cut diamonds, reaching roughly 17 carats.
Scratch-resistant sapphire glass is used for the touch screen and rotor window, and sapphire keys with ceramic inlay complete the feel and longevity of the phone.
Only 100 pieces will ever be produced.
The Chairman is priced at approximately $130,000.
Vertu Constellation Blue Collection
Luxury phone maker Vertu's new smartphone -- made in conjunction with Italia Independent -- comes with a sapphire crystal display, a blue PVD stainless steel, carbon fibre composite back plate, two-tone rubberised blue leather, and blue sapphire crystal keys.
It weighs 170 grams.
To sweeten the deal, each phone includes access to Vertu's Concierge service and exclusive orchestra ringtones.
The Constellation Blue's display is 3.5-inch, and the phone features an 8-mega pixel rear camera, 32GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Amosu Diamond Blackberry
Many luxury models focus on own-brand designs or iPhones, but the Blackberry hasn’t been completely ignored. The Amosu Diamond Blackberry contains 4459 diamonds (a total of almost 29 carats) on the back and front. The handset is coated in 18 carat gold.
This Blackberry, one of three to be made, costs £12,000 ($18,000), and comes with a global concierge service.